1235 3rd Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

$1,565,000
4
BD
2
Full Baths
3,100
SqFt

Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Downtown Sea.

List Price
$1,565,000
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
1445164
Days on Market
24
Bedrooms
4
Full Baths
2
Finished SqFt
3,100
Lot Size (sq ft)
3,690

Property Description

Perched above all else, this light-filled stunner boasts sweeping views of everything Seattle! Set amongst some of the best homes in the city on the coveted south slope of Queen Anne. Current use as legal duplex & great investment. Upper unit features incredible rooftop, secluded office, & unobstructed views from master. Main unit retains period charm with rich floors, high ceilings, & original woodwork. Potential use as single-family + mother-in-law/ADU or convert entire home to single-family.

Additional Information

Community
Queen Anne
Property Type
RESI
Style
18 - 2 Stories w/Bsmnt
Basement
Unfinished
Year Built
1906
Parking Type
Off Street
View
Bay, City, Mountain, Sound
Exterior
Wood
Roof
Composition
Interior Features
2nd Kitchen, Dining Room, French Doors, High Tech Cabling, Skylights, Vaulted Ceilings
Site Features
Cable TV, Deck, Fenced-Partially, High Speed Internet
Annual Taxes
$12,771
Tax Year
2018
School District
Seattle
Potential Terms
Cash Out, Conventional, FHA, VA
ENS
Electric, Natural Gas
Appliance
Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer
Bedrooms Main
2
Bedrooms Upper
2
Lot Details
Alley, Corner Lot, Dead End Street, Paved Street, Secluded
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